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Venice Update

News of Venice, CA and Marina del Rey CA

Council Office Unveils Storage Plan for Homeless Person’s Belongings

Council Office Unveils Storage Plan for Homeless...

Council office unveils proposed six-month trial storage program for belongings of homeless people. This program has been established by the council office...

Comments–13 April 2013

Marie H of Rose Avenue area …St. Joseph Center has applied for its final Plan Approval for the 204 Hampton Ave site.  The Plan Approval should not be...

PO Fence Continues to Upset

PO Fence Continues to Upset

Mention the post office mail and one immediately thinks of emails and on-line banking. Mention no mail on Saturdays and a few ears perk up. But mention...

3rd Avenue Cleaner–Leon

3rd Avenue Cleaner–Leon

Good Samaritan Leon, not Leonard as previously claimed, Wilson continues to clean Third Avenue between Rose and Sunset. He sweeps debris up in piles. He...

Comments–10 April 2013

  Bret of YoVenice.com …The “someone”:  book park was done by Robin Murez / Venice Public Art. Went up last December. http://www.yovenice.com/2012/12/28/venice-neighborhood-book-park-now-open-free-books/...

LAX Meet Today

LAX Meet Today Meet regarding LAX modernization will be at City Hall tomorrow starting at 2:30 pm. Modernization in this case does not include moving a...

Staked Library—Not Stocked or Stacked

Staked Library—Not Stocked or Stacked

Library on a stake is near Altair and Rialto.  Neat idea for a community and it makes it look like a community.  Shows someone is thoughtful and caring....

Post Office Gets New Fence

Post Office Gets New Fence

Post Office recently got a new face lift with a plywood fence in front of the wrought iron fence.   New fence got painted and it looked even better. ...

LA City Goes App

Well, it had to happen!  LA goes APP!  It is MyLA311.  Yes, everything you ever wanted to know about the City of LA (well, almost)  is all in one MyLA311. ...

ImagineVenice.Org Writes of “P” Solutions

ImagineVenice.Org deals mainly with Abbot Kinney Blvd, which has its own “success-parking” problems.  In the January 17 issue of Imagine Venice, a...